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  • Phone: (662) 238-2919
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  • Address:
    304 Heritage Dr #2 Oxford, MS 38655

Service Times

  • Sunday: 9:00 AM
  • Sunday: 10:30 AM

Service Information

Location: 222 Bramlett Blvd., Oxford, MS 38655
Email:
Phone: (662) 238-2919

 

 

 

 

 

Every Sunday morning, we offer two worship services (except during Spring Break, the summer months, and between Thanksgiving and New Year’s) at 9:00 and 10:45 with Nursery and Sunday school classes for children through 3rd grade at 9:00, and nursery through 6th grade at 10:45. We also have a Wednesday night prayer and worship service on the every week from January 25th to May 10th at 5:15 p.m. in our building at 304 Heritage Drive. It is our intent that this service allow us to come together as a church family to deepen fellowship with one another through the sharing of a meal and through lifting up one another’s needs and the needs of the community in prayer together. This service begins with a catered meal ($5 per person, $15 max per family) and time of fellowship. After the meal, we have a time of devotion and worship, followed by prayer. Childcare is provided for little children and we have a Children's Choir program for 3yr - 3rd grade.

People who attend any church, and especially the churches in our area, often ask
similar questions about worship. Here are some of our responses to these common
questions:

What is the preaching like?

The preaching of God’s Word is the focus of our services and is, in and of itself, an act of worship. We typically preach straight through books of the Bible. We think this is the best way to learn “the whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27). It also keeps us from skipping difficult and uncomfortable subjects. The Bible is the primary way God has chosen to reveal himself to mankind. We desperately need to know God personally and trust his grace. Therefore, our preaching centers on God, who he is, what he is doing in the world, and how we as part of his creation can know him. Nevertheless, our prayer is that our preaching is highly relevant to your life. We believe the gospel of Jesus Christ is the most relevant thing in the world, and applicable to all areas of life (money, sex, relationships, work, children, etc). Yet when we refuse to preach God’s word, and instead feel it necessary to give merely “good advice” about how to get through life, we fall into the error of weak, uninspired teaching.

Is your worship "traditional" or "contemporary"?

Most people would characterize our worship music as contemporary. However, our goal is not simply to preserve any musical traditions through the singing of hymns, nor is our goal to keep up with every popular “church music” trend in order to market ourselves as "contemporary." Our goal, rather, is to worship God. When we lift up our voices we sing not ourselves.

All true worship is participatory, so we seek to involve all people in the worship service through prayer, the reading of Scripture, the preaching of the Word, the observance of the ordinances, and, of course, corporate (everyone) singing. Our goal in worship music is to select songs that combines biblical doctrine with powerful, affecting, poetic wording - such songs have been called "theology on fire." Some of the songs we use were written three years ago, some were written more than three hundred years ago. However, our prayer is that everyone who attends Grace can learn from, sing, and enjoy the songs chosen.

 

Generosity: Better to Give Than Receive

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

January 1*            Acts 20:32-38

January 8             Deuteronomy 14:22-15:11

 

Celebrate Recovery: How the Gospel Changes Us

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

January 15           Romans 7:14-25

January 22           2 Corinthians 7:2-12

January 29           Hebrews 10:19-25

 

February 5*           Jim Davis

                                                                       

The Suffering Servant (The Gospel of John)

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

February 12          John 12:20-26

February 19          John 12:27-36

February 26          John 12:37-50

March 5*              John 13:1-17

March 12             Casey Russell (not in series)

 

The World’s Darkest Night (The Gospel of John)

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

March 19             John 13:18-30

March 26             John 13:31-38

April 2*                John 14:1-11

April 9                 John 15:1-17

 

Easter 2017

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

April 16                Hebrews 11:32-12:3

 

On the Beach with Jesus (The Gospel of John)

Series Preacher: J.D. Shaw

 

April 23                John 21:1-14

April 23 (Sun. PM)  Worship in the Grove

April 30                John 21:15-25

*Observance of the Lord’s Supper